Probably only President Donald Trump could simultaneously preside over the best economy in half a century and bring the nation closer to a constitutional crisis than it has been for almost as long.
AP reporter Jonathan Lemire, former Congresswoman Donna Edwards, “Saturday Night Politics” anchor Donny Deutsch, and Move On’s Karine Jean-Pierre on Trump boasting about the economy while many Americans are still suffering
Remember a few months back, when the so-called experts in the room warned us that the partial government shutdown would ruin the economy? Boy, were they wrong. The markets were supposed to falter and economic growth was bound to slow, with President Trump's "Libertarian Experiment" resulting in a recession. Fast
Democrats fear that President Donald Trump's winning economy may spell electoral doom for them in 2020, Politico reports, citing at least one top Democrat pollster.
President Trump said Saturday that China's recent move to walk back concessions it had made in trade talks was an attempt to sabotage the deal so they could wait until a Democrat could replace him as president.
Trusting China to reform its abusive trade practices — and looking the other way when they don’t — is exactly what’s gotten us to this point.
The Senate Finance chairman said he has "some sympathy for Trump’s lack of patience with the Chinese."
The President's approval numbers are watched more closely by the Democrats than their own, and the latest numbers show that the booming economy is not just sitting well with Americans who benefit from it, but that those Americans are giving Trump the credit for it.
President Donald Trump and his administration have turned a blind-eye to cybersecurity, despite repeated warnings by intelligence and the Pentagon that the United States should arm itself against such attacks. Now, Trump is ignoring the U.S. Navy's plea for more resources. According to TIME, a report to the Secretary of the Navy warned that the services is preparing for the "wrong war." When it comes to bombs, ships, and tanks, the United States is unmatched.
Susanne Craig, who broke the New York Times story on a decade of Trump tax returns, tells Lawrence O'Donnell why her findings raise more questions about where Trump's money is coming from. David Cay Johnston and John Heilemann join.
President Trump welcomes Swiss President Ueli Maurer to the White House on May 16, 2019. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
The US may have imposed a fresh 25% tariffs on $200BN in Chinese imports at midnight, but that doesn't mean that "optimism" that a deal will eventually be done is being discarded. Quite the contrary, and one only has to read the top Bloomberg article today